Where to Find Incredible Luxury Property in Grand Cayman
Written by: REMAX.ky
Summary: If you’re going to move to Grand Cayman, choose a property that suits your lifestyle.
Grand Cayman offers incredible seaside property at nearly every price point. Properties on the islands make for excellent long term holdings because they tend to increase in value, and they offer the opportunity for part time rentals too. Anyone outside the island can purchase property, assuming one can pay the stamp duty, but you should make sure your property is exactly where you want it to be. Grand Cayman real estate offers many amenities to interested buyers, so choose something that fits your lifestyle.
Beachside bars, tanning beds, crashing waves. This slower-paced lifestyle is an incredible getaway that some people seem to fall right into. Seven Mile Beach and the surrounding areas offer varying degrees of this lifestyle, complete with an easy drive into the city for access. Property on Grand Cayman is usually just a short drive from the beach, and vise versa, so you’re never too far out of reach from something fun and adventurous.
For those seeking a bit more excitement and nightly action, a condo on Cayman Islands may offer the space you’re looking for. Small enough for one or two people to tend to, large enough to have the amenities one might need. Most condos have access to a gym, several bars, restaurants and more. Almost like self-contained spaces. All within walking distance of clubs, bars and the financial district.
Those seeking exclusion are just a short trip from the smaller Cayman Islands, where you can take a long hike or go bird watching. There are secluded spots around Grand Cayman too, but you might have to hunt for the best ones.
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